anonymous
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will give medal for help How do spermatogenesis and oogenesis differ in terms of the number of gametes they produce?
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anonymous
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Spermatogenesis produces four functioning gametes, and oogenesis produces one large gamete with three polar bodies. Spermatogenesis produces one large gamete with three polar bodies, and oogenesis produces four functioning gametes. Spermatogenesis produces two functioning gametes with two polar bodies, and oogenesis produces four large gametes.

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